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Yearlong fellowship will provide opportunity to develop 'Innovation District' in Memphis Medical Center

The Urban Land Institute, based in Washington, D.C., named Memphis Mayor A C Wharton Jr. one of its 2013-14 fellows in the Daniel Rose Center for Public Leadership in Land Use. Wharton joins the mayors of Honolulu, Hawaii; Indianapolis, Ind.; and Portland, Ore.

Each mayor is leading a team of three additional fellows, including public- and private-sector representatives, from their respective cities. Joining Wharton are Reid Dulberger, president and CEO of Economic Development Growth Engine (EDGE) and chief economic development officer for Memphis and Shelby County; Maura Black Sullivan, deputy chief administrative officer for the City of Memphis; and Josh Whitehead, director of the Office of Planning and Development for Memphis and Shelby County.



UTHSC Plans Open House for Prospective Students

Don Wade, Memphis Daily News, 1/22/14

The College of Allied Health Sciences at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center will host an open house for prospective students Friday, Feb. 21, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The event, to be held in the lower-level auditorium of the Student-Alumni Center, 800 Madison Ave., will provide information to individuals interested in learning more about educational programs for careers in allied health.

Prospective students will have the opportunity to talk with UTHSC allied health sciences faculty and students, tour teaching labs, and meet with representatives from the financial aid and admissions departments. College-level prerequisite coursework is required prior to admission to all UTHSC Allied Health Sciences programs.

To RSVP for the open house, email or call 448-2126.



New Housing Option Comes to Victorian Village

The Daily News 1/23/14tacey

The 55-year-old Whitehaven resident had been mulling over a move Downtown, but she wanted a home, not a condominium or apartment, and was hesitant to move into the bustling Downtown core.

Hervery found just what she was looking for at Planters Row II in Victorian Village. Planters Row II will feature seven single-family homes built with universal design principles so residents can “age in place” on the edge of Downtown.

“I’ve been considering a move to Downtown for a while, and I fell in love with the plan for Victorian Village,” said Hervery, CEO of Case Management Inc. “I just thought it would be perfect for me.”